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Advanced curriculums, personally valuable educational experiences and a commitment to each and every child helps Tomball ISD build successful futures for all students. In 2022, the district was one of only 396 in the state's nearly 1200 districts to receive an overall A-rating from the Texas Education Agency. Additionally, Tomball ISD is one of only 28 school districts in Texas to receive an A+ from school review platform in 2022. Ready for the challenges of college, high school students receive millions in academic and athletic scholarships each year. Tomball ISD is the district of choice.

Grand Oaks Elementary

The newest Tomball ISD elementary school is part of the Elmer and Dorothy Beckendorf Educational Complex. The $24 million facility can accommodate 900 students in pre-kindergarten through fourth grade on a 117,000-square-foot campus. The school’s design follows architectural guidelines established by the district and will model existing Wildwood Elementary School. It is part of a multi-school campus including a new junior high school and football stadium.

Principal: Niesa Glenewinkel (2019-2020 Elementary Principal of the Year)
Associate Principals: Leslie Meek
Mascot: Tiger
School Colors: Gold and White

Tomball Intermediate

At Tomball Intermediate, teachers, students and parents work together with purpose, skill, and pride so that everyone succeeds. The fifth- and sixth-grade campus offers strong academics, arts education and numerous clubs to prepare students for junior high school and beyond.

Principal: Samora Davis
Assistant Principals: Jennifer Moreno and Myriam Khan
Mascot: Cougar
School Colors: Red and white

Grand Lakes Junior High

Opened in August 2021, Grand Lakes Junior High is Tomball ISD’s fourth junior high campus and serves students in seventh and eighth grades. Students follow an ambitious curriculum that best prepares them for success in high school and beyond. Band and other performing arts classes are available, and athletes are able to compete in a variety of sports, including football, basketball, swimming, track and field, cross country and volleyball. The 232,000-square-foot school is located at the Elmer & Dorothy Beckendorf Educational Complex, home to Grand Oaks Elementary, a 10,000-seat stadium and community center.

Principal: Kim McKinney
Assistant Principals: Jennifer Foley and Travis Ling
Mascot: Tigers
School Colors: Black and Gold

Tomball High School

High expectations set the stage for student success at Tomball High School, where teachers and staff offer an engaging educational experience in a safe and nurturing environment. The school offers 30 Pre-AP and AP classes, as well as 11 dual credit courses through Lone Star College. Numerous athletic teams, arts programs and extracurricular clubs supplement the strong academic program.

Principal: James Scott and John Vaglienty
Associate Principals: Mark Vierkant
Assistant Principals: Sarah Coley and Lisa Streat
Mascot: Cougar
School Colors: Red and White
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